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Intensive care or resuscitation, is a name that identifies both a place and the activity that takes place in it. Therapy is a department of a hospital in which technologically advanced therapies are put in place to support critically ill patients, when they manifest...read more
Not just an Intensive therapy! At the beginning of the epidemic, we had reported that the main problem (reason for everyone to stay at home) was there were going to be many critically ill people all at the same time and that it wouldn’t be possible to treat...read more
Respiratory failure is the primary symptom of critically ill patients affected by the COVID-19. Let's figure out more about the complications of this new coronavirus. The more we know, the better we are able to protect ourselves from this threat. The Initial Symptoms...read more
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What is it? Chloroquine is a drug consisting of a complex molecule containing three nitrogen atoms (amino groups). Traditional uses It is used in the therapy of some parasites, such as those responsible for malaria and extraintestinal amoebiasis, such as amoeba liver...read more
A team of Dutch researchers is studying an antibody that could help defeat the coronavirus. A stroke of luck For years, Dutch researchers have been working on a monoclonal antibody developed to treat SARS. When the COVID-19 epidemic began, it was discovered that this...read more
Recently Olivier Veran, the French Health Minister, has suggested that people should avoid taking anti-inflammatory drugs (like ibuprofen, cortisone, etc.) because they could worsen the symptoms of the Coronavirus infection. He suggested taking...read more
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